How can land governance and support to small scale family farming work together to strengthen food security and reduce poverty?
Findings of an ILC global research project
18.00 - 19.30 pm | FAO, Philippines Room (C277)
José Antonio Osaba (Chair)
World Rural Forum - Foro Rural Mundial / IYFF-AIAF 2014 Civil Society Coordinator
Dr. Julian Quan
Principal Researcher and Consultant at Natural Resources Institute, University of Greenwich Preliminary findings of the forthcoming paper “Family Farming and People-Centred Land Governance: Exploring Linkages, Sharing Experiences, and Identifying Gaps”
Programme Officer, Women’s Land Rights and Resource Mobilisation, International Land Coalition
Preliminary findings of the forthcoming discussion paper on ”gender and family farming”
Francesco Maria Pierri
Policy Officer , Officer-in-Charge, A dvocacy Unit (OPCA), Office for Partnerships, Advocacy and Capacity Development (OPC)
Jean-Philippe Audinet (TBC)
Senior Technical Advisor, Policy & Technical Advisory Division, IFAD
In the context of a wider commitment to promote the 2014 International Year of Family Farming (IYFF), the International Land Coalition has supported a global research project on “Family Farming and People-Centred Land Governance: Exploring Linkages, Sharing Experiences, and Identifying Gaps” in which seven civil society and research organisations, selected through an open call, participated.
The project investigates the linkages between family farming and land governance, policy recommendations, and the role of different actors to upscale the contribution of family farmers. The project has benefited from the technical contribution of a wider network of multilateral and civil society organisations.